This paper reconstructs the religious and moral reflection of the young Schiller in the period preceding his acquaintance with Kant's thought (1779-1789). In particular, it focuses on Schiller's interest in the concept "Bestimmung des Menschen" in the footsteps of J.J. Spading, Th. Abbt and M. Mendelssohn. As a consequence of this process of reflection, Schiller abandons religion in favor of an autonomous, in some ways "pre-Kantian" ethics.

La disperazione nei primi scritti di Schiller: dubbi sulla destinazione dell’uomo

MACOR L
2010

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This paper reconstructs the religious and moral reflection of the young Schiller in the period preceding his acquaintance with Kant's thought (1779-1789). In particular, it focuses on Schiller's interest in the concept "Bestimmung des Menschen" in the footsteps of J.J. Spading, Th. Abbt and M. Mendelssohn. As a consequence of this process of reflection, Schiller abandons religion in favor of an autonomous, in some ways "pre-Kantian" ethics.
978-88-5750-109-3
Schiller, Bestimmung des Menschen, religion, ethics
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